- First Ingredient Cage-Free Turkey
- Made with a Nutritious Blend of Wholesome Ancient Grains
Kirkland Signature Nature’s Domain Turkey & Ancient Grains Dog Food 35 lb.
R. Kemp –
I was very happy to find this dog food available through . The other ancient grain food I was buying was $58 for a 28lb bag. With 2 dogs, that adds up fast. I first tried the other Kirkland flavor that included sweet potato but it made one dog very itchy. With this turkey and ancient grains, my dogs haven’t had any problems. I wish they had it available in stores!
A. Monroe –
My two puppies love it better than the chicken
R. Friedman –
My picking dogs love this and it is quality food.
J. Galvan –
Getting very expensive. Looking at other similar products
K. Bishop –
Finally figured out our dog was reacting to sweet potatoes, which are in a surprising amount of dog foods. None in this! And he likes it. No more itching and licking.
R. Fox –
We’ve tried many brands over the pandemic and two dogs is prone to skin allergies. This product was one that came highly recommended by our vet due to the lack of peas, and potatoes, that cause DCM (a publication came out a few years ago that gained a lot of attention by the veterinary world). Purina Pro Plan has developed majority of their product with this DCM publican in mind. So there is a huge demand for dog food with grains and free of peas, potatoes, and other tubulars. We switched from Acana Ancient Grains and noticed this formula being almost entirely the same with a easy protein —Turkey—at 50% of the cost—$36 in store price. I really wish our continued to carry this in store. It is almost the sole reason we shop at (our dogs are over 100lbs and we have multiple). This is one of the few brands I trust given how well my dogs tolerated and loved this food. I really wish there were more positive reviews so will have this in stores again.